Romantic Places in Georgia
Honeymoon Places to Visit in the State of Georgia
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The state of Georgia is popular because of the countless of romantic places and vacation spots including Cumberland Island, Barnsley Gardens Resort, Helen Village, Tybee Island, and Ruby Falls. In addition, the state also offers great outdoor adventure including canoeing, fishing, biking, mountain hiking, golfing, and horseback riding.
Georgia is a US state located on the southeastern part of the country and has been visited by thousands of tourists every year with its rich flora and fauna, great outdoor adventure, and rich culture and history. Aside from these, there are countless of romantic places in Georgia that are truly remarkable. These are just some of the examples:
Cumberland Island National Seashore
Considered as one of the most secluded areas in Georgia, this barrier island boasts breathtaking natural beauty which includes long stretch of shoreline and wide marsh lands, thus making this place the perfect spot for a romantic getaway for couples.
For those who want to experience camping along the beach, they can enjoy a cheap accommodation at Sea Camp which provides facilities, though as not fancy as expensive hotels. However, this camp is ideal for tourists who are in a tight budget.
And because the island has preserved its natural wildlife, this has been attracting tourists especially those who want to experience bird-watching in some secluded marshes.
Barnsley Gardens Resort
Located on the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Barnsley Gardens Resort is one of the most romantic accommodations in Georgia with its 1,400 acres of breathtaking landscape and cozy accommodations. In addition, the resort offers a golf course, horseback riding, and other recreational activities.
Because of the privacy and romantic ambience of this resort, this has been popular as a wedding venue for couples.
This island-city in Chatham County is located in the easternmost part of Georgia. And because of its beautiful beaches, this place has become a popular summer vacation spot among people especially those who are residing outside the Savannah metropolitan area.
A visit to Georgia is not complete without going to the Ruby Fall which is an underground waterfall that attracts about 400,000 tourists every year, making this the most visited natural attraction in the state.
This quaint village, which lies in the Blue Ridge Mountains, has served as a romantic getaway for couples with its cobblestone alleys, old towers, and historical houses. In addition, the village is lying near a river which is ideal for canoeing and fishing.
These are the other recreational activities near and within the village: horseback riding, hiking, mountain biking, and golf.